Congratulations to the 2017 Winner
Ingersoll Rand Chairman and CEO Michael W. Lamach has been named the first recipient of the Sustaining Leadership Award. This award recognizes CEOs who deliver superior financial, social and reputational performance, and demonstrate a profound commitment to developing future organizational leadership. It is the only award of its kind to recognize the contributions of CEOs in delivering superior firm performance and building a deep pipeline of talent in an organization.
“The Sustaining Leadership Award sets a high bar for CEO performance,” said Patrick Wright, professor and director of Center for Executive Succession. “We were looking for CEOs who consistently deliver financial performance, cultivate strong organizational reputation and demonstrate a personal commitment to developing leaders throughout the organization – all while maintaining a personal reputation for integrity. Mike Lamach exemplifies all of that.”
Chairman and CEO of Ingersoll Rand since 2010, Lamach was chosen as the inaugural winner of the award by a panel of executives who sit on the board of directors of publicly-traded companies. His selection was based in part on his personal commitment and success in building diversity at all levels at Ingersoll Rand – from the board of directors and senior executives to mid- and entry-level management.
Lamach will receive a $10,000 honorarium to the charitable organization of his choice. He will be honored at a formal ceremony Oct. 11 at the Darla Moore School of Business, where he will give a keynote address on building effective leaders.
1st Annual Sustaining Leadership Award Ceremony
Darla Moore School of Business
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For more information on the nomination and selection process for the Sustaining Leadership Award, please contact CES@moore.sc.edu.